Cream Tart by Liberté

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One can hardly think of a greater pleasure in life than that of throwing a nice cream tart at your worst enemy. Yet some of these tarts deserve to be consumed and savored instead. Marrying simplicity and excellence is a difficult task, yet it is without a doubt the hallmark of many a successful dessert. Benoît Castel offers his own version of the Cream Tart in his pâtisserie Liberté, and the Cake Justice tribunal went on site to investigate. We carry out the usual inspections, and disclose all the details. Continue reading “Cream Tart by Liberté”

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Carrot Cake by Bread & Roses

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Let us adopt our best British accent and take a look at one of the most traditional cakes brought to us from accross the Channel: the Carrot Cake. What originated as a a modest cake which used carrots as a sweeter, has today become a dessert of choice for those idle hours of the afternoon. We chose to test the Carrot Cake from the Parisian pastry shop and traiteur Bread and Roses, and we reveal its secrets in our report.  Continue reading “Carrot Cake by Bread & Roses”

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Lemon Praliné by Sadaharu Aoki

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It’s hard to resist the call of this dessert constructed by Sadaharu Aoki, the most Parisian of Japanese pastry chefs. Its impeccably round shape, its electric yellow color, its almost perfect symmetry – everything about it flatters our eyes. This cake clearly wants to be judged! Cake Justice carries out an expedited procedure and presents you with the report of the audition. Continue reading “Lemon Praliné by Sadaharu Aoki”

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